Cedar Cove Resort & Cottages

Address: 2710 Gulf Drive North, Holmes Beach, Anna Maria Island, Florida, 34217, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2710 Gulf Drive North, Holmes Beach, is near Anna Maria Island, Bean Point, Coquina Beach, and Coquina Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Holmes Beach

      Alex Adjmi an inspiration

      A travel blog entry by jumbledglo872 on Dec 04, 14

      ... of looking into the faces regarding the folks you may well be speaking to, take a glance at your tops involving their own heads. This can easily be particularly important in the huge event you are usually speaking first thing within the morning. There can be certainly no point in making the speech that most of the actual audience cannot hear.

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      Top Ten things I have learned in 2014

      A travel blog entry by r10vill9 on Feb 28, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... you sleep the blissful sleep of a new born baby. Not that I can remember that.
      5. I pads are addictive
      4. Mornings are best spent slowly
      3. Sunshine trumps rain hands down
      2. If you don't exercise your brain during the day, it comes out to play at midnight
      and the number one thing I have learned is:
      1. I can be pretty annoying if you spend 24/7 with ...

      Myakka River State Park

      A travel blog entry by texansinflorida on Feb 08, 2014

      13 photos

      ... moss, ferns, and pink mold. We saw several huge alligators, some looking like partially submerged black logs, and others sunning on the shore. Large herons, including one actively fishing near a birding pier, along with black vultures and egrets were plentiful. Seeing a flock of wild turkeys was a real treat. Sandy, shady walkways through a natural habitat and temps in the mid-70's - what more could we ...

      Myakka River State Park

      A travel blog entry by kimfromkansas on Mar 05, 2012

      48 photos

      ... a result of this news and of everything I have learned about myself during my time in Florida, some alone time was needed to process everything.

      I biked about 14 miles through overhanging trees and along the Myakka Lakeshore. Along the way I saw countless wildlife - including sandhill cranes, bald eagles, wild pigs, and alligators. I will let the pictures tell the rest of the story...

      My Birthday Weekend!

      A travel blog entry by kimfromkansas on Feb 06, 2012

      39 photos

      ... so Scott told me to switch to my backup, I did, and the breathing felt normal. Thus, I assumed everything was fine. Mistake #2. Now literally not 2 minutes before swimming through the tunnel I had checked my air gauge and it showed 500 psi - the point where you should normally start ascending. The Divemaster had already started through the tunnel though so I went through, thinking life was fine. Mistake #3. Mistake #4 being ...